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Robert James Dickey

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Robert James Dickey

Birth
Washington County, Illinois, USA
Death
18 Apr 1917 (aged 55)
Barton County, Missouri, USA
Burial
Liberal, Barton County, Missouri, USA GPS-Latitude: 37.57835, Longitude: -94.47189
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FUNERAL OF ROBERT J. DICKEY

Held at His Home South of Hannon Last Thursday – Interment at Barton City Cemetery.

The funeral of Robert J. Dickey was held at the family home a mile south of Hannon last Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock, conducted by Rev. C. Z. Allsbury, pastor of M. E. Church of Liberal.

It had been intended to hold the funeral at the Hannon Baptist church but on account of the inclemency of the weather the plans were changed. There were a large number of friends and neighbors present to pay their respects to the deceased and offer their sympathies to the bereaved family. The body was laid to rest at Barton City cemetery.

Mr. Dickey had lived near Hannon for a long number of years and was a highly respected citizen. His death was due to liver trouble, from which he had suffered for several months. Before his last illness came upon him, Mr. Dickey was an active man and one of the community’s prosperous farmers. The family has the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement.

OBITUARY

Robert James Dickey, son of James and Nancy Dickey, was born in Washington County, Illinois, August 2, 1861, died April 18, 1917, at 5 o’clock p.m., at his home near Hannon, Mo., being at the time of his death 55 years, 8 months and 16 days of age.

He was united in marriage to Julia Ann Barnes, July 24, 1881. To this union were born twelve children, two dying in infancy.

He leaves his widow, seven sons, three daughters, ten grandchildren, one sister and other relatives and friends to mourn the loss.

The children are; Henry Dickey, Francis Dickey, Charley Dickey, Mrs. Mabel Campbell and Mrs. Edith Leatherman, all of the Hannon neighborhood; Crawford Dickey of Ignacio, Colo., and Alva Dickey, Wilbur Dickey, Wilma Dickey and Elbert Dickey at home.

Mr. Dickey was converted and joined the Presbyterian Church when a young man and remained in that church until June 12, 1910, when he joined the Freewill Baptist Church at this place.

He was surrounded by his family during his last long illness which he bore with great patience even to the last, expressing to his friends that cared for him at different times that he was ready to meet the Lord at any time.
FUNERAL OF ROBERT J. DICKEY

Held at His Home South of Hannon Last Thursday – Interment at Barton City Cemetery.

The funeral of Robert J. Dickey was held at the family home a mile south of Hannon last Thursday afternoon at 3 o’clock, conducted by Rev. C. Z. Allsbury, pastor of M. E. Church of Liberal.

It had been intended to hold the funeral at the Hannon Baptist church but on account of the inclemency of the weather the plans were changed. There were a large number of friends and neighbors present to pay their respects to the deceased and offer their sympathies to the bereaved family. The body was laid to rest at Barton City cemetery.

Mr. Dickey had lived near Hannon for a long number of years and was a highly respected citizen. His death was due to liver trouble, from which he had suffered for several months. Before his last illness came upon him, Mr. Dickey was an active man and one of the community’s prosperous farmers. The family has the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement.

OBITUARY

Robert James Dickey, son of James and Nancy Dickey, was born in Washington County, Illinois, August 2, 1861, died April 18, 1917, at 5 o’clock p.m., at his home near Hannon, Mo., being at the time of his death 55 years, 8 months and 16 days of age.

He was united in marriage to Julia Ann Barnes, July 24, 1881. To this union were born twelve children, two dying in infancy.

He leaves his widow, seven sons, three daughters, ten grandchildren, one sister and other relatives and friends to mourn the loss.

The children are; Henry Dickey, Francis Dickey, Charley Dickey, Mrs. Mabel Campbell and Mrs. Edith Leatherman, all of the Hannon neighborhood; Crawford Dickey of Ignacio, Colo., and Alva Dickey, Wilbur Dickey, Wilma Dickey and Elbert Dickey at home.

Mr. Dickey was converted and joined the Presbyterian Church when a young man and remained in that church until June 12, 1910, when he joined the Freewill Baptist Church at this place.

He was surrounded by his family during his last long illness which he bore with great patience even to the last, expressing to his friends that cared for him at different times that he was ready to meet the Lord at any time.


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